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  • A preview of our July/August issue cover. Photo by Kurt Wilson

    Preview: Our July/August issue hits mailboxes next week

    It’s heeeerreeee: Our summertime issue, that is. We can’t wait for you to read it. Below are a couple summertime stories you’ll find inside the July/August 9issue. But first, did you like our sneak peek of our amazing cover by photographer Kurt Wilson? It plays well with our main feature, Stages and Skies (see below). We’re taking you to the best little music fest in the West I can tell you […]

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  • The Terry Badlands includes 44,000 acres of sedimentary rock. Photo by Ed Wolff

    Treasure State Hidden Gem: The Terry Badlands

    By Ed Wolff Montana is blessed with huge areas of public land, and the Terry Badlands Wilderness Study Area, located 35 miles east of Miles City off Interstate 94, encompasses 44,000 acres of sedimentary rock stacked like layers of cake. Over uncountable eons of time, endless cycles of rain, wind, heat and cold have scared the rock, sculpting an alien-like landscape distorted into pillars of clay resembling mounds of ice […]

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Montana Books

  • Montana Book Review: Summertime stories

    By Doug Mitchell A novel with an unlikeable lead character whose journey makes for an ultra likeable read. A poignant story of two seemingly unconnected characters living under the same sky. And a book all about Flathead Lake that captures the true character of “Big Blue.” The Given World Marian Palaia Simon and Schuster, New York – 2015 Read an authoer Q&A with Marian Palaia here Over the past year […]